Labor Day weekend in Fire Island Pines gets even hotter with a photography exhibit of lithe dancer bodies
Some of the craziest heels ever made are on display
Choice musings—on anxieties to birthdays—from the legendary performer
The photographer believed the camera was a tool for self-discovery, but his photographs illuminate the viewer as well.
The visual artist mashes up 18th-century paintings with 21-century inspiration
The young Brooklyn-based captures his creative side
Meet performers Colette LeGrande, Olivia Hart & Donna Personna
Frank’s tale of grief and redemption asks how the American-Jewish left might negotiate religion and identity in the face of Israeli violence toward Palestinians, and how gay parents might raise children in a country still suspicious of them.
Photographer Jean-Pierre Laffont and 30 tempestuous years in America
The 79-year-old photojournalist had a front row seat to the gay rights movement